Category Archives: July 2012

Monkey On The Wing: Steve Adams Shares His Life

My guest today is Steve Adams, an Aussie larrikin, who led an action packed life until an accident left him severely injured and blind. He’s joining me to answer a few questions about his life and his autobiography, Monkey On … Continue reading

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The Siren Of Paris Alerts Us To War’s Reality

I’ve just finished reading Siren of Paris by David LeRoy and it’s a story that will stay with me for a while. It has a complex, well developed plotline and presents the story in a tantalising way, jumping back and … Continue reading

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Definitely Not Reluctant To Read Shoban Bantwal’s New Novel

Last year I read my first novel by Shoban Bantwal. Fullmoon Bride was an old fashioned tale in a contemporary setting. The novel presented a slice of life rather than a larger than life story but, even without nail biting … Continue reading

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